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'M'icers look to step on bulldogs tails
By SCOTT G. MILLER
A weekend series at Ferris State
appears enticing to most hockey
teams. After all, who could be scared
of the Bulldogs? The team finished at
he bottom of the CCHA standings last
eason and is again predicted to be the
league doormat. However, Michigan
coach Red Berenson can not take the
Last year the Bulldogs swept a
series at home from the Wolverines
by scores of 9-7 and 9-0 and it turned
around both teams' seasons. "It was a
down weekend for us (last year),"
said Berenson. "Ferris (after playing
us) then proceeded to lose 12 in a row.
kit was a real turning point for both
WHILE THIS year's matches may
not turn around anybody's season, a
couple of victories would give
Michigan some confidence on the road
and some revenge.
"The seniors and the upper-
classmen definitely feel there is some
revenge involved," said Berenson.
"We know we have to go there with a
better feeling than we had last year.
We don't need to start the season off
Despite the Bulldogs lowly ranking,
the squad is much improved.
"We are young and inexperienced
but we are better than last year," said
coach Dick Bertrand. "There is a new
attitude on our team. We will take our
lumps this year to gain more game
BERTRAND IS looking to the
future by playing 13 freshman in his
lineup, many of which are already
making solid contributions.
Freshman goaltenders Dave Shar-
pe and Glen Raeburn performed well
in last weekend's 4-3 and 5-3 losses to
Bowling Green. Sharpe made 30
saves and gave up only one goal after
replacing Raeburn in game one.
Sharpe will start against the
Wolverines, but Bertrand likes both
"They are pretty equal
technically," said Bertrand. "I am
looking for them to make their mark
down the road. With experience I hope
one of them can develop into a
OTHER FRESHMAN contributors
include defenseman Dean Davis, cen-
ter Mike Chighisola and left wing
Having a young squad does have
some drawbacks. "We have very little
discipline," said Bertrand. "That got
us into trouble against Bowling
Green. They killed us on the power
Berenson knows that his squad
must cause mistakes in order to win.
"We have to put pressure on them,"
commented Michigan's head man
"We can create breakdowns."
TWO PLAYERS the Wolverines will
shadow closely are Ferris State's ver-
sion of the Van Arsdale brothers, the
Lowdens. The identical twins led the
Bulldogs in scoring last season. Paul
had 23 goals and 32 assists while Peter
had 21 goals and 26 assists. The
Lowdens already have six points bet-
ween them this year.
Both Wolverine goalkeepers will get
a chance to stop the Lowdens.
Sophomore Tim Makris will start
tonight and freshman Bob Lindgren
tomorrow. Berenson plans to alter-
nate his goalies for the foreseeable
future. "I only would consider
changing goalies if one is especially
cold," said Berenson. "We want the
goalies and the team to be comfor-
table with each other."
Freshman defenseman Dan
Capuano and sophomore left wing
Sean Baker will not see action this
weekend. Capuano has a bad shoulder
and Baker has a bad knee. They will
be replaced in the lineup by junior
Bruce Macnab and senior Bill Brauer.
Spikers' new look goes to war
By DEBBIE deFRANCES
This is the story of unrequited love.
The characters include, weary and worn
,Michigan coach Barb Canning, her struggling
volleyball team and the seemingly unattainable
THE EPIC begins with Michigan's players.
They love volleyball, no they worship it. But they
can't get what they want from it-a winning
record. Their heartaches have been rewarded
with a 9-10 record, 1-5 in conference. But, this
weekend the players have a chance to raise their
record and their spirits as they face two of the Big
Ten's toughest teams, Illinois and Purdue.
As the plot has developed,
Ohe Wolverines have been
fighting the frustration of
emotional and physical pains.
Coach Barb Canning said that
her team's greatest defeat has
been its lack of on-court con-
"Each game, every other
player has something wrong
mentally or physically," said
Canning. "At any given
Cnoment, one individual could
playing poorly and psyche
themselves out of the game."
DESPITE three losses last
week, Canning feels her team,
with a new lineup, is constan-
"I think part of our problem Kunze
may be that we keep changing ... earns st
our lineup becuase of
weaknesses," said Canning. "But I can see us im-
proving every game."
Michigan will try out its new starting six in-
cluding captain Lisa Vahi, Andrea Williams, Mari
Ann Davidson, Karyn Kunzelman, Jayne Hick-
man and Jenny Hickman, on Illinois tonight.
THE FIGHTIN' Illini (26-0, 5-0) are in first place
in the Big Ten and are ranked eighth in the nation.
Canning feels that Illinois works well together as a
team and is very aggressive.
"They (the Illini) are a tall and strong team. But
they are inconsistent and beatable," said Canning.
Illinois .head coach Mike Hebert has not seen
Michigan play this season, but expects a tough
match. "I've been following
Michigan's scores and they're
pretty impressive," said
Hebert. "We ususally tend to
work on our offense, but I ex-
pect we'll see some com-
HEBERT said that his team
has "excellent chemistry,"
but that there are not one or
two stand-outs. He did say that
a couple of key Illini players to
watch are team setter Disa
Johnson, and middle blockers
Mary Eggers and Denise
Johnson, a sophomore, is
among the top Big Ten players
in both hitting statistics and
assists per game. Eggers is
one of the best blockers in the
After Illinois leaves the home of the Wolverines,
Purdue steps into Ann Arbor tomorrow night for
heated court action with Michigan.
Purdue, whose only loss is to the Illini, is chock
full. of individual talent. Its setter, Maryanne
Smith was last year's Big Ten Most Valuable
Player and earned a spot on the All-America
team. Blockers, Lisa Reich and Kim Corwin, were
on the Junior National team and All-Big Ten
recipient last season.
COACH Carol Dewey said her 14-2, 4-1 squad will
"concentrate on executing our offense," Dewey
said her team has confidence but needs to win all
the rest of its Big Ten matches for a chance at the
Canning said that the Boilermakers are not
defensively strong and that the Wolverines will
work to exploit that and Purdue's offensive incon-
Canning feels that her squad is well-prepared
for this weekend's pair of matches and hopes that
the final chapters of this season have a happy en-
"We worked hard and play really well in prac-
tice. Then when we're out on court, things go
wrong," Canning said.
"We're at the point now, where we're decided
that we've taught them all we can in terms of
being emotionally in the game. They're on their
own now," Canning said.
Whatever the outcome of Michigan's match-ups
with the two top conference teams, the Wolverines
hope their previous struggles will not become a
"classic" read by many volleyball squads.
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Stickers set to face
number one 'Cats
By CHRISTIAN M. MARTIN
After two strong showings and one
victory last week against tough Nor-
thwestern and Purdue teams the
Michigan field hockey team is pum-
ed and ready for action. This
eekend it faces the number-one
ranked Wildcats for the second time
in as many weeks, and then take on
First the Maize and Blue play the
Buckeyes, a team that has also been
bitten by the injury bug this season.
"The fact that Michigan has had to
visit every emergency room in the Big
Ten I can appreciate, I have four
players on crutches myself," said
hio State head coach Harriet
LAST time these two teams met, the
Buckeyes escaped with a 2-0 victory.
However, it was on the heels of the 14-
o shellacking at the hands of Iowa and
the mood of the Michigan team was
less than euphoric at the time.
"We have no qualms with Ohio
State," said assistant coach Andrea
Wickerham. "We should've beaten
them down there. We know we can
Plat Ohio State and we're not afraid of
The last time the Wolverines faced
the Wildcats they lost 4-0 despite an
extraordinary defensive effort by
Goalie Maryann Bell and company.
They only allowed four goals despite
41 shots on goal and Northwestern
scored on only one of their 22 penalty
"THEY played exceptionally well
against us, a remarkable game. The
challenge would be for them to do it
again," said Nancy Stevens North-
western head coach.
She fears her team might be looking
past Michigan to its big game versus
Iowa next week. "A coach must help
her players to focus on the task at
hand. That's what is good about con-
ference play, everything counts. You
don't get more points for beating
Wickerman said, "The kids feel
Northwestern is beatable. They are
the only undefeated team in the coun-
try. That gives us a little added incen-
This extra incentive plus the absen-
ce of Northwestern's star player Jen-
nifer Averill due to a previous com-
mitment to the U.S. National Team
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